Elena Lyadova and Vladimir Vdovichenkov congratulated Zvyagintsev’s triumph


Елена Лядова и Владимир Вдовиченков поздравили Звягинцева с триумфом
The Director of Cannes hit film “Dislike”, introduced him in Moscow.

Елена Лядова и Владимир Вдовиченков поздравили Звягинцева с триумфом

Vladimir Vdovichenkov and Elena Lyadova

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Елена Лядова и Владимир Вдовиченков поздравили Звягинцева с триумфом

Svetlana Bondarchuk

Photo: Gregory Bezenchuk

Moscow hosted the long-awaited premiere of the new film of Andrew
Zvyagintsev’s “Dislike”, which became the winner of the 70-th Cannes film festival —
The French Riviera, he received the jury prize of the film forum. Along with award-winning
Director the picture looked Elena
Lyadova, Vladimir Vdovichenkov, Svetlana Bondarchuk, Ingeborga Dapkunaite, Cyril
Pieces of silver and other celebrity guests.

Елена Лядова и Владимир Вдовиченков поздравили Звягинцева с триумфом

Marina Zudina

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Елена Лядова и Владимир Вдовиченков поздравили Звягинцева с триумфом

Olga Sutulova

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Recall that together with Andrey Zvyagintsev at Cannes the film was presented by the producer
Alexander Rodnyansky, the operator Mikhail Krichman, as well as playing the main
role in the film — Alexey Rozin and Maryana Spivak.

Елена Лядова и Владимир Вдовиченков поздравили Звягинцева с триумфом

Photo: Gregory Bezenchuk

Елена Лядова и Владимир Вдовиченков поздравили Звягинцева с триумфом

Photo: Gregory Bezenchuk

The Guardian film critic Peter Bradshaw compares the dramatic intensity of “Dislike”
with the works of the classics: Bergman, Antonioni, Haneke. “This film
offers one of the most unimaginable conflict.

Ingeborga Dapkunaite

Photo: Gregory Bezenchuk

He challenges
complacent family life, the view that having children is
moral value in itself, it is the duty of the
the award, after execution of which is not required any more manifestations
love,” writes Bradshaw and puts the film Zvyagintsev five points
out of the five.

“Dislike” is a ruthless look at the excessive selfishness
modern society is saturated with information. Every representative
he lives with his head down and doesn’t want to draw attention to their
disadvantages”, — informs on the pages of the Cannes film festival Explorer
Le Monde and France Press Benoit Pavan. He notes that the new work
Zvyagintsev is very close in spirit to the famous Ingmar Bergman’s “Scenes
of married life”.



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